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Real Estate Classes
Successful completion of both Real Estate Fundamentals and Real Estate Practice is necessary to qualify to take the state licensing examination.
The Real Estate textbook has recently been updated to the 14th Edition. This book is used for both Real Estate Fundamentals and Practice. You are expected to have your book on the first day of class. Please order your book as soon as possible. Here is the book information for both the hardcopy or the eBook:
- Modern Real Estate Practice in Pennsylvania 14E eBook - ISBN 978-1-4754-9875-2
- Modern Real Estate Practice in Pennsylvania 14E - ISBN 978-1-4754-9874-5
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Real Estate Fundamentals
Provides a basic foundation for further study, and covers language, principles and laws that govern this business. Emphasis is on the underlying concepts of land, property, rights in realty and the means, methods and laws that govern conveyance of these rights.
CAR 3249 / Length: 30 hours
|CRN 2169||Mondays & Wednesdays
September 13-October 18
Principles of Landlord/Tenant Law
Covers oral and written leases, landlord and tenant duties, the Pennsylvania Landlord and Tenant Act, and breaches of lease and eviction procedures. Also reviews Pennsylvania escrow-deposit requirements, a form lease with the plain-language requirements, and amendments to the federal Fair Housing Act.
LSP 2365 / Length: 3 hours
Cost: Sponsoring $45; Non-Sponsoring $65
Legal Advice for Buying/Selling Your Home
An experienced real estate lawyer explains the forms your real estate agent will use (listing contract, agreement of sale, title report, and settlement sheet). Additionally, we will discuss the home sale/purchase process, as well as how to work with the agent.
LSP 5924/ Length: 2.5 hours
Cost: Sponsring $34; Non-Sponsoring $54
Real Estate Practice
Introduces all facets of this business including fields of specialization, and focuses on the role of a real estate agent in residential brokerage. Covers basic techniques, procedures, regulations and ethics involved in a real estate transaction, and a working knowledge of forms and documents.
CAR 3250 / Length: 45 hours
|CRN 1885||Mondays & Wednesdays
October 25- December 13
Whether you’re a first-time buyer or haven’t purchased a home in a number of years, this class will teach you current “best practices” of home buying. Part 1: Overview of the Home Buying Process. Part 2: Financing Your Purchase. Part 3: Looking at Houses, Making the Offer, and Negotiating the Contract.
LSP 5894 / Length: 3 hours
Cost: Sponsoring $39; Non-Sponsoring $59